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Filling the Training Gaps in Routine Health Information Systems

by on February 22, 2017


A new routine health information systems (RHIS) curriculum from MEASURE Evaluation aims to improve capacity to conceptualize, design, develop, govern, and manage an RHIS, and use the information the system generates to improve public health practice and service delivery.

The curriculum was developed by leaders in the field of RHIS—the USAID-funded MEASURE Evaluation project; the World Health Organization; the Free University of Brussels/European Agency for Development and Health (AEDES); the University of Oslo, Norway; the National Institute of Public Health (INSP) in Mexico; and the University of Queensland, Australia. Strong HIS that produce reliable, timely, and good-quality data help health program managers to monitor, evaluate, and improve health system performance and make evidence-informed decision.

Learn more and access the course resources.


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